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Operating Manual R60725.

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SSI Position Display 570T
SSI indicator for absolute encoders, with touchscreen and graphic display

Product features:
• Master or Slave operation with clock frequencies up to 1 MHz
• For single turn and multi turn encoders with SSI formats from 10 … 32 Bit
• Bright and high-contrast display with event-dependent color variations
• Emulation of a 7-segment display inclusively icons and units
• Intuitive and easy parameterization by plain text and touchscreen
• 5 V / 24 V auxiliary output for encoder supply
• Linearization with 24 control points
• Numerous features, e. g. scaling, filtering, bit blanking etc.
• 96 x 48 mm [3.78 x 1.89 inch] norm panel housing and IP65 protection

Version: Description:
570T_01a_oi/cn/Jun-16 First Version
570T_01b_oi/cn/Jul-17 First Revision
570T_01c_oi/cn/Jul-17 Revision
570T – RS485 Kübler
570T Bits per Revolution, 16.01.2018

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Table of Contents
1. Safety Instructions and Responsibility ..................................................................... 4
1.1. General Safety Instructions ............................................................................ 4
1.2. Use according to the intended purpose .......................................................... 4
1.3. Installation ................................................................................................... 5
1.4. Cleaning, Maintenance and Service Notes ..................................................... 5
2. Introduction .......................................................................................................... 6
2.1. Operation mode ............................................................................................ 6
2.2. Function diagram .......................................................................................... 6
3. Electrical Connections ........................................................................................... 7
3.1. DC Power Supply ........................................................................................... 7
3.2. Auxiliary Voltage Output ................................................................................ 7
3.3. SSI-Inputs ..................................................................................................... 8
3.4. Control Inputs ............................................................................................... 9
3.5. Analog Output (Option) ................................................................................ 10
3.6. Serial Interface RS232 or RS485 (Option).................................................... 11
3.7. Control-Output (Option) ............................................................................... 11
3.8. AC Power supply (Option 115 … 230 AC) ..................................................... 13
3.9. Relay-Output (Option).................................................................................. 13
4. Display and Touch Screen .................................................................................... 14
4.1. Screen structure for parametrization ............................................................ 14
4.2. Screen structure in operation ....................................................................... 15
5. Parameter / Overview-Menu Structure .................................................................. 16
5.1. General Menu ............................................................................................. 18
5.2. SSI Properties ............................................................................................. 21
5.3. Preselection Values ..................................................................................... 24
5.4. Preselection 1 Menu.................................................................................... 25
5.5. Preselection 2 Menu.................................................................................... 28
5.6. Preselection 3 Menu.................................................................................... 29
5.7. Preselection 4 Menu.................................................................................... 30
5.8. Serial Menu ................................................................................................ 31
5.9. Analog Menu ............................................................................................... 33
5.10. Command Menu.......................................................................................... 34
5.11. Display Menu .............................................................................................. 36
5.12. Linearization Menu ...................................................................................... 37
6. Appendix ............................................................................................................ 38
6.1. Data readout via serial interface .................................................................. 38
6.2. Parameter / serial codes ............................................................................. 39
6.3. Linearization ............................................................................................... 43
6.4. Dimensions ................................................................................................. 45
6.5. Technical Specifications: ............................................................................. 46

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1. Safety Instructions and Responsibility
1.1. General Safety Instructions
This operation manual is a significant component of the unit and includes important rules and hints
about the installation, function and usage. Non-observance can result in damage and/or impairment
of the functions to the unit or the machine or even in injury to persons using the equipment!

Please read the following instructions carefully before operating the device and observe all safety and
warning instructions! Keep the manual for later use.
A pertinent qualification of the respective staff is a fundamental requirement in order to use these
manual. The unit must be installed, connected and put into operation by a qualified electrician.

Liability exclusion: The manufacturer is not liable for personal injury and/or damage to property and
for consequential damage, due to incorrect handling, installation and operation. Further claims, due
to errors in the operation manual as well as misinterpretations are excluded from liability.

In addition the manufacturer reserves the right to modify the hardware, software or operation manual
at any time and without prior notice. Therefore, there might be minor differences between the unit and
the descriptions in operation manual.

The raiser respectively positioner is exclusively responsible for the safety of the system and equipment
where the unit will be integrated.

During installation or maintenance all general and also all country- and application-specific safety
rules and standards must be observed.

If the device is used in processes, where a failure or faulty operation could damage the system or
injure persons, appropriate precautions to avoid such consequences must be taken.

1.2. Use according to the intended purpose
The unit is intended exclusively for use in industrial machines, constructions and systems. Non-
conforming usage does not correspond to the provisions and lies within the sole responsibility of the
user. The manufacturer is not liable for damages which have arisen through unsuitable and improper
use. Please note that device may only be installed in proper form and used in a technically perfect
condition (in accordance to the Technical Specifications). The device is not suitable for operation in
explosion-proof areas or areas which are excluded by the EN 61010-1 standard.

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soft cloth. Incoming as well as outgoing wires and wires for extra low voltages (ELV) must be separated from dangerous electrical cables (SELV circuits) by using a double resp. Maintenance and Service Notes To clean the front of the unit please use only a slightly damp (not wet!). For the rear no cleaning is necessary.3. Overvoltages at the connections must be limited to values in accordance to the overvoltage category II.kuebler. Unauthorized opening and repairing can have negative effects or failures to the protection-measures of the unit. which are relevant for structure. Please ensure an adequate ventilation and avoid all direct contact between the device and hot or aggressive gases and liquids. individual cleaning of the rear the maintenance staff or assembler is self-responsible. Devices which are supplied by AC-voltages must be connected exclusively by switches. Before first start-up it must be ensured that all connections and wires are firmly seated and secured in the screw terminals. During normal operation no maintenance is necessary. Further all country. must be ensured. environmental conditions as well as shielding and earthing/grounding of the supply lines the general standards of industrial automation industry and the specific shielding instructions of the manufacturer are valid.and temperature-ranges. For an unscheduled. All (inclusively unused) terminals must be fastened by turning the relevant screws clockwise up to the stop. R60725. Screening and Earthing]”.html => “[General EMC Rules for Wiring. Before installation or maintenance. For placement. In case of unexpected problems. Indications about the permissible wire cross-sections for wiring are described in the Technical Specifications. The switch or circuit-breaker must be placed as near as possible to the device and further indicated as separator.4. All selected wires and isolations must be conform to the provided voltage. Installation The device is only allowed to be installed and operated within the permissible temperature range.and application-specific standards. Further it must be ensured that no danger can arise by touching the disconnected voltage-sources. Please find all respective hints and rules on www. Cleaning. 1. respectively circuit-breakers with the low voltage network.0002 – Index 1 Page 5 / 47 . increased isolation. failures or malfunctions the device must be shipped for back to the manufacturer for checking. the unit must be disconnected from all voltage-sources.com/download.1. form and quality of the wires. wiring. adjustment and reparation (if necessary).

Introduction The SSI display device is designed for panel mounting.1.The both clock terminals (CLK.The clock for the encoder is generated by an external device (the SSI master) . Operation mode All functions are can be configured in the parameter menu.2. / CLK) are configured as inputs in this case 2. Function diagram R60725. The device can be set to one of the following operation modes: • MASTER .The clock for the connected sensor is produced . It is universally applicable. the extensive features and options. with its intuitive operation.0002 – Index 1 Page 6 / 47 . 2. / CLK) are configured as outputs in this case • SLAVE .2.The both clock terminals (CLK.

R60725.570T. At 6. maximum output current is reduced to 80 mA. Auxiliary Voltage Output Terminal 3 and 4 provide an auxiliary output for supply of sensors and encoders. At higher temperature the and should be loaded with max.1. the auxiliary voltages output is switchable from 24 VDC to 5 VDC. Electrical Connections The terminal screws should be tightened with a slotted screwdriver (blade width 2mm).01X. 1 V lower than should be loaded with max.2.570T. The power consumption depends on the level of the supply voltage with approx. 3. 100 mA and the additional current required at the Auxiliary Voltage Output. The output voltage depends on the power supply and the variant 6.XAX devices. 3. 150 mA up to 45 the power supply voltage at terminal 1 and 2 degrees Celsius.X0X: DC version AC version The encoder voltage is 24 VDC (± 15%) and The encoder voltage is approx. DC Power Supply The unit accepts DC supply from 18 to 30 V at the terminals 1 and 2. All GND terminals are internally interconnected.3.0002 – Index 1 Page 7 / 47 .01X. 250 mA.

0002 – Index 1 Page 8 / 47 .3. /CLK and DATA. In master MODE. only DATA.01X. The basic settings must be set in the menu SSI PROPERTIES. CLK.XAX includes an open-circuit monitoring (only with closed lines for example with 120 ohm). 6. /DATA are monitored. In slave MODE. The 6. the connection is available for SSI signals.570T. 7 and 8. Wiring for MODE Master: Wiring for MODE Slave: R60725. /DATA are monitored. SSI-Inputs At Terminal 5.3.

4. R60725. display switching. Control Inputs The three control inputs at terminal 10. Available functions are: reset the display value. 11 and 12 have HTL PNP characteristics.3. locking the touch screen or release the lock function of the control or relay outputs. All inputs are designed to receive impulses from electrical impulse sources. Wiring of the control inputs: Unconnected PNP inputs are always “LOW”. Notice for mechanical switching contacts: When exceptionally mechanical contacts are used.0002 – Index 1 Page 9 / 47 . A capacity of 10 µF will reduce the input frequency to 20 Hz and miscounting due to contact bouncing will be eliminated. please connect an external capacitor between GND (-) and the corresponding input (+). In the COMMAND MENU the programmable functions for the control inputs can be assigned.

5.3.0002 – Index 1 Page 10 / 47 . R60725. The following configuration is possible: • Voltage output: -10 … +10 V • Current output: 0 … 20 mA • Current output: 4 … 20 mA The analog output is proportional to the display value and is referenced to potential AGND. Analog Output (Option) A 16 bit analog output is available at terminal 13 and 14 / 15 This output can be configured and scaled in the ANALOG MENU. AGND and GND are internally interconnected. Important: A parallel operation with voltage and current output at the analog output is not allowed.

R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 11 / 47 . 21. Serial Interface RS232 or RS485 (Option) A serial interface (RS232 or RS485) is available at terminal 16. Control-Output (Option) Four control outputs are available at terminal 20. 22 and 23. The output Ctrl. In case of switching inductive loads it is advisable to use external filtering of the coils.6. Switching conditions can be set in the PRESELECTION MENU.3.7. The serial interface RS232 or RS485 can be used: • for easy setup and commissioning of the units • to modify settings and parameters during operation • to read out internal states and actual measuring values by PC or PLC The following drawing shows the connection to a PC by using a standard Sub-D-9 connector: Connection of the RS232 interface: Connection of the RS485 interface: 3. The switching states is displayed (display with unit and status bar) as C1 … C4. Out1 – 4 are fast PNP outputs with a switching capability of 5 – 30 Volt / 200 mA per channel. The switching voltage of the outputs must be applied to input terminal 19 (COM+). This interface can be configured in the SERIAL MENU. 17 and 18.

0002 – Index 1 Page 12 / 47 .Wiring of the control-outputs: R60725.

The switching states are displayed (display with unit and status bar) as K1 and K4. 3. 50 W Wiring of the relay outputs: R60725.3. 150 VAC/ max.9. 250 VAC/ max. 2 A / max. 31.0002 – Index 1 Page 13 / 47 . 29. 30. 28. Relay-Output (Option) Two relay outputs with potential-free changeover contacts are available at terminal 27.8. Switching conditions can be set in the PRESELECTION MENU. AC-switching capacity max. 3 A / max. 750 VA DC-switching capacity max. The power consumption depends on the level of the supply voltage with approx. AC Power supply (Option 115 … 230 AC) The unit accepts AC supply from 115 … 230 V at the terminals 24 and 25. 32. 3 VA and the additional current required at the Auxiliary Voltage Output.

Start setup procedure: To edit the parameters. The menu selection can be terminated with „C“. The parameter editing can be terminated with „C“.4. Screen structure for parametrization The parameter menus and the parameters are described in chapter 5. shift cursor via left and right and save with „OK“. Display and Touch Screen 4.1. R60725. Parameter editing: Edit the parameter via arrow button up and down. Parameter selection: Select the parameter via arrow buttons and confirm with „OK“. Parameter changes becomes active only after closing the menu selection. Menu selection: Select the parameter menu via arrow buttons and confirm with “OK”. The parameter selection can be terminated with „C“. press the touchscreen for 3 seconds.0002 – Index 1 Page 14 / 47 .

To switch to the next display. Display for quick start for enter preselection values (PRESELECT VALUES) To switch to the next display. press the top of the screen. not all displays will be shown. Control-. Display with command keys To switch to the next display. no influence on/by device functions. Control-.4. Depending on the device version and the selected operation mode. Display with unit and status bar To switch to the next display. R60725. Display with minimum and maximum value To switch to the next display. Display singleturn and mutiturn value: Display value for diagnostic purposes . This is only possible with Option Analog-.2. press the top of the screen. press the touch screen.or Relay status are only shown with Option Analog-. Relay-Output. press the top of the screen or the “skip” button.raw data. Control. Screen structure in operation The following screens are available during operation. press the top of the screen or the “skip” button.0002 – Index 1 Page 15 / 47 . Relay-Output.

Parameter / Overview-Menu Structure This section provides an overview of the menus and their parameters. Menu / Parameter Menu / Parameter GENERAL MENU SSI PROPERTIES DISPLAY FORMAT MODE FACTOR ENCODER RESOLUTION DIVIDER BIT PER RESOLUTION ADDITIVE VALUE DATA FORMAT DECIMAL POINT BAUD RATE SCALE UNITS HIGHT BIT LINEARIZATION MODE LOW BIT PIN PRESELECTION SSI OFFSET PIN PARAMETER DIRECTION FACTORY SETTINGS ROUND LOOP VALUE SAMPLING TIME ERROR BIT ERROR POLARITY ENCODER SUPPLY R60725.5. only the necessary menus / parameters are shown.0002 – Index 1 Page 16 / 47 . The menu names are printed bold and the associated parameters are listed under the menu name. Depending on the device version and the selected operation mode.

Menu / Parameter Menu / Parameter PRESELECTION VALUES SERIAL MENU PRESELECTION 1 UNIT NUMBER PRESELECTION 2 SERIAL BAUD RATE PRESELECTION 3 SERIAL FORMAT PRESELECTION 4 SERIAL INIT PRESELECTION 1 MENU SERIAL PROTOCOL MODE 1 SERIAL TIMER HYSTERESIS 1 SERIAL VALUE PULSE TIME 1 ANALOG MENU OUTPUT TARGET 1 ANALOG FORMAT OUTPUT POLARITY 1 ANALOG START OUTPUT LOCK 1 ANALOG END START UP DELAY 1 ANALOG GAIN EVENT COLOR 1 ANALOG OFFSET PRESELECTION 2 MENU COMMAND MENU MODE 2 INPUT 1 ACTION HYSTERESIS 2 INPUT 1 CONFIG PULSE TIME 2 INPUT 2 ACTION OUTPUT TARGET 2 INPUT 2 CONFIG OUTPUT POLARITY 2 INPUT 3 ACTION OUTPUT LOCK 2 INPUT 3 CONFIG START UP DELAY 2 DISPLAY MENU EVENT COLOR 2 COLOR PRESELECTION 3 MENU BRIGHTNESS MODE 3 CONTRAST HYSTERESIS 3 SCREEN SAVER PULSE TIME 3 UP-DATE-TIME OUTPUT TARGET 3 FONT OUTPUT POLARITY 3 LINEARISATION MENU OUTPUT LOCK 3 P1(X) START UP DELAY 3 P1(Y) EVENT COLOR 3 P2(X) PRESELECTION 4 MENU P2(Y) MODE 4 … HYSTERESIS 4 … PULSE TIME 4 P23(X) OUTPUT TARGET 4 P23(Y) OUTPUT POLARITY 4 P24(X) OUTPUT LOCK 4 P24(Y) START UP DELAY 4 EVENT COLOR 4 R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 17 / 47 .

0 NO No decimal point 1 0000000. -99999999 Smallest value 0 Default value 99999999 Highest value DECIMAL POINT This value defines the position of the decimal point.5.0000000 Decimal point at the specified position R60725.0000 Decimal point at the specified position 5 000.000 Decimal point at the specified position 4 0000. -99999999 Smallest value 1 Default value 99999999 Highest value DIVIDER This parameter defines the divider with the result of the link will be charged. General Menu DISPLAY FORMAT This parameter selects the Display Format.0002 – Index 1 Page 18 / 47 .0 Decimal point at the specified position 2 000000.00 Decimal point at the specified position 3 00000.1.00000 Decimal point at the specified position 6 00.000000 Decimal point at the specified position 7 0. 0 99999999 Without format customization 1 999999:59 Display angle minutes / seconds 2 9999:59:59 Display in angle minutes : seconds FACTOR This parameter defines the factor with the result of the link will be charged. The corresponding decimal point will be set automatically by display format 999999:59 or 9999:59:59. -99999999 Smallest value 1 Default value 99999999 Highest value ADDITIVE VALUE This parameter defines the additive constant with the result of the link will be charged.

The number of decimal places must be defined with the parameter DECIMAL POINT. This parameter does not affect the calculation of the display value.0002 – Index 1 Page 19 / 47 .Continuation „General Menu“: SCALE UNITS This parameter defines the required engineering unit. 0 inch Default 1 feet 2 mm 3 cm 4 m 5 Stueck 6 pcs 7 Grad 8 degree 9 Min:Sec 10 G:M:S 11 % 12 mbar 13 bar 14 psi 15 Pa 16 kPa 17 g 18 kg 19 t 20 lb 21 oz 22 ml 23 1 24 cm3 25 m3 26 gal 27 No unit R60725.

1.0002 – Index 1 Page 20 / 47 . See chapter 6. 0000 No lock … 9999 Parameterization of the unit after entering PIN-code 9999 FACTORY SETTINGS 0 NO No default values are loaded 1 YES Load default values of all parameters R60725. quadrant 2 4 QUADRANT Linearization in all 4 quadrants PIN PRESELECTION This parameter defines the PIN-code to lock the quick start of the menu PRESELECTION VALUE for entering the preselection values (master PIN 6079). 0 OFF No linearization 1 1 QUADRANT Linearization in the 1. This Lock function is only useful in conjunction with active lock function in PIN PARAMETER.Continuation „General Menu“: LINEARIZATION MODE This parameter defines the linearization function. 0000 No lock … 9999 Access after entering PIN-Code 9999 PIN PARAMETER This parameter defines the PIN-code for lock function of all parameters (master PIN 6079).

5 MHZ N. SSI Properties MODE SSI setting master mode or slave 0 MASTER Master-Mode: Clock for SSI encoder comes from the device 1 SLAVE Slave-Mode: Clock for SSI encoder comes from the external master.2.A.A.5. 5 2 MHZ N.0002 – Index 1 Page 21 / 47 . ENCODER RESOLUTION Resolution of the SSI encoder (total number of bits) 10 Smallest value 25 Default value 32 Highest value BITS PER REVOLUTION Bit resolution for singleturn encoder 10 Smallest value 13 Default value 16 Highest value DATA FORMAT Setting the SSI code (binary or gray) 0 GRAY CODE SSI-Code Gray 1 BINARY CODE SSI-Code Binary BAUD RATE Clock frequency of SSI telegrams 0 100 KHZ Clock frequency 100 kHz 1 250 KHZ Clock frequency 250 kHz 2 500 KHZ Clock frequency 500 kHz 3 1 MHZ Clock frequency 1 MHz 4 1. R60725.

LOW BIT must be set to 01.0002 – Index 1 Page 22 / 47 . 01 Smallest value 25 Default value 32 Highest value LOW BIT (for bit blanking)) Defines the lowest evaluated bit (MSB) for bit blanking.001 Minimum measurement time in seconds 0. or PC user interface).999 Maximum measurement time in seconds R60725. If all bits should be evaluated. HIGH BIT must be set to the given total number of bit. control input.Continuation „SSI Properties“: HIGH BIT (for bit blanking) Defines the highest evaluated bit (MSB) for bit blanking. 01 Smallest value … 32 Highest value SSI OFFSET A reset command (via keyboard shortcut. round-loop function is turned off … 99999999 Number of steps for the round-loop function SAMPLING TIME (S) Determines the read cycle for the SSI signal in the Master MODE 0. If all bits should be evaluated. -99999999 Smallest value 0 Default value 99999999 Highest value DIRECTION Definition of the direction of rotation forward / backward 0 FORWARD Forward 1 REVERSE Backwards ROUND LOOP VALUE Defines the number of encoder steps when a round-loop function is desired. the counter is set to this value.010 Default value 9. 0 Normal display of encoder data.

ERROR POLARITY Defined the polarity of the error bit in the case of an error 0 Bit is low in the case of an error 1 Bit is hight in the case of an error ENCODER SUPPLY (available only at 6.Continuation „SSI Properties“: ERROR BIT Defines the encoder monitoring and the error bit No error bit available.570T.0002 – Index 1 Page 23 / 47 .XAX) This parameter defines the output voltage of the auxiliary output (aux out) 0 24VDC SUPPLY 24 VDC encoder supply 1 5VDC SUPPLY 5 VDC encoder supply R60725.01X. … Position of the error bits to be evaluated 32 Review on connected sensor is turned on. 0 Review on connected sensor is turned off.

-99999999 Smallest value 40000 Default value +99999999 Highest value R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 24 / 47 . Analog-. the batch counter is compared with the preselection value 4.3. This menu is only available for devices with option Control-. Relay-Output.5. PRESELECTION 1 Preselection / switching point 1 -99999999 Smallest value 1000 Default value +99999999 Highest value PRESELECTION 2 Preselection / switching point 2 -99999999 Smallest value 2000 Default value +99999999 Highest value PRESELECTION 3 Preselection / switching point 3 -99999999 Smallest value 3000 Default value +99999999 Highest value PRESELECTION 4 Preselection / switching point 4 If the BATCH MODE is active. Preselection Values This menu is used to set the preselection values or the switching points. The preselection values / switching points are always referred to the display value.

e. overspeed With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: 3 RESULT>=PRES Display value >= PRESELECTION 1  ON. e.0002 – Index 1 Page 25 / 47 .½ Hysteresis) can be defined and monitored in conjunction with the hysteresis.g.½ HYSTERESIS 1  OFF Display value is greater or equal PRESELECTION 1. Display value < PRESELECTION 1 – HYSTERESIS 1 OFF Display value is less or equal PRESELECTION 1.½ Hysteresis) can be defined and monitored in conjunction with the hysteresis. Analog-. Display value > PRESELECTION 1 + HYSTERESIS 1 OFF Display value is equal PRESELECTION 1. Display value < PRESELECTION 1 . Preselection 1 Menu This function is only available for devices with option Control-. underspeed (start-up suppression (START UP DELAY) is advisable) 4 RESULT<=PRES With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: Display value <= PRESELECTION 1  ON.4.g. PRESELECTION 1 is the trailing value from PRESELECTION 2 7 ERROR SET Error message for device errors R60725. 5 RESULT=PRES With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: Display value > PRESELECTION 1 + ½ HYSTERESIS 1  OFF. Display value < PRESELECTION 1 . Output/ relay/ display switches under the following conditions: Absolute value of the display value is greater or equal absolute value of PRESELECTION 1 0 |RESULT|>=|PRES| With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: Display value >= PRESELECTION 1  ON.½ HYSTERESIS 1  OFF Trailing PRESELECTION 1: 6 RES>=PRES-TRAIL Display value is greater or equal PRESELECTION 2 – PRESELECTION 1  ON. MODE 1 Switching conditions for preselection 1. A range (Preselection +/. Display value > PRESELECTION 1 + HYSTERESIS 1 OFF Absolute value of the display value is equal absolute value of PRESELECTION 1 A range (Preselection +/. 2 |RESULT|=|PRES| With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: Display value > PRESELECTION 1 + ½ HYSTERESIS 1  OFF. Relay-Output. Display value < PRESELECTION 1 – HYSTERESIS 1 OFF Absolute value of the display value is less or equal absolute value of PRESELECTION 1 (start-up suppression (START UP DELAY) is advisable) 1 |RESULT|<=|PRES| With HYSTERESIS 1 not equal 0 the following switching condition is applied: Display value <= PRESELECTION 1  ON.5.

1” 6 RELAY 2 Switching condition assigned to “Rel.000 No output pulse (static signal) … 60. the output is set when at least one switching condition is true 0 NO No assignment 1 CTRL OUT 1 Switching condition assigned to “Ctrl.Continuation „Preselection 1 Menu“: HYSTERESIS 1 This parameter defines the switching hysteresis of the switch-off point for preselection 1 0 No switching hysteresis … 99999 Switching hysteresis of 99999 PULSE TIME 1 (S) Duration of output pulse for the switching condition of preselection 1 0.0002 – Index 1 Page 26 / 47 . Out 4” 5 RELAY 1 Switching condition assigned to “Rel. Out 2” 3 CTRL OUT 3 Switching condition assigned to “Ctrl. If more than one switching condition is assigned to one output / relay.000 Pulse duration of 60 seconds OUTPUT TARGET 1 Assignment of an output or relay for the switching condition of preselection 1. Out 1” 2 CTRL OUT 2 Switching condition assigned to “Ctrl. Out 3” 4 CTRL OUT 4 Switching condition assigned to “Ctrl. 2” OUTPUT POLARITY 1 Polarity for the switching condition of preselection 1 0 ACTIVE HIGH Switching condition is true  Active „HIGH“ 1 ACTIVE LOW Switching condition is true  Active „LOW“ OUTPUT LOCK 1 Latch for the switching condition of preselection 1 0 NO No latch for preselection 1 YES Latch for preselection R60725.

EVENT COLOR 2 … 4 are allowed to overwrite this color change. EVENT COLOR 1 has the lowest priority. 0 NO CHANGE No color change.000 Start-up suppression in seconds EVENT COLOR 1 Event-depending change of the display color for the switching condition of preselection 1.Continuation „Preselection 1 Menu“: START UP DELAY 1 (S) Start-up suppression for the switching condition of preselection 1.0002 – Index 1 Page 27 / 47 .000 No start-up suppression … 60. 1 CHANGE TO RED Color change to red 2 CHANGE TO GREEN Color change to green 3 CHANGE TO YELLOW Color change to yellow R60725. 0. (Start Up Delay 3 and 4 have an automatic start up suppression). This adjustment is only valid for the switching condition |RESULT|<=|PRES| or RESULT<=PRES and mode SPPED and PROCESS TIME.

See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU.5. (Start Up Delay 3 and 4 have an automatic start up suppression). See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. TRAIL PRESELECTION 2 is the trailing preselection from PRESELECTION 1. OUTPUT POLARITY 2 Polarity for the switching condition of preselection 2. EVENT COLOR 2 Event-depending change of the display color for the switching condition of preselection 2. R60725. OUTPUT TARGET 2 Assignment of an output or relay for the switching condition of preselection 2.5. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. OUTPUT LOCK 2 Latch for the switching condition of preselection 2. Preselection 2 Menu MODE 2 Switching conditions for preselection 2. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU.0002 – Index 1 Page 28 / 47 . Output/ relay/ display switches under the following conditions: See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU Trailing preselection 2: RES>=PRES- 6 Display value is greater or equal to PRESELECTION 1 – PRESELECTION 2  ON. PULSE TIME 2 (S) Duration of output pulse for the switching condition of preselection 2. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. HYSTERESIS 2 This parameter defines the switching hysteresis of the switch-off point for preselection 2. START UP DELAY 2 (S) Start-up suppression for the switching condition of preselection 2.

HYSTERESIS 3 This parameter defines the switching hysteresis of the switch-off point for preselection 3.6. START UP DELAY 3 Start-up suppression for the switching condition of preselection 3. 1 AUTO until the preselection value / switching point is exceeded for the first time. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. Preselection 3 Menu MODE 3 Switching conditions for preselection 3. EVENT COLOR 3 Event-depending change of the display color for the switching condition of preselection 3. This adjustment is only valid for the switching condition |RESULT|<=|PRES| or RESULT<=PRES and mode SPPED and PROCESS TIME.5. R60725. Output/ relay/ display switches under the following conditions: See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU Trailing preselection 3: RES>=PRES- 6 Display value is greater or equal to PRESELECTION 4 – PRESELECTION 3  ON. OUTPUT TARGET 3 Assignment of an output or relay for the switching condition of preselection 3. PULSE TIME 3 (S) Duration of output pulse for the switching condition of preselection 3. (Start Up Delay 1 and 2 have a time-dependent start up suppression). See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU.0002 – Index 1 Page 29 / 47 . See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. OUTPUT LOCK 3 Latch for the switching condition of preselection 3. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. TRAIL PRESELECTION 3 is the trailing preselection from PRESELECTION 4. OUTPUT POLARITY 3 Polarity for the switching condition of preselection 3. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. 0 OFF No start-up suppression Automatic start up suppression.

See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. EVENT COLOR 4 Event-depending change of the display color for the switching condition of preselection 4.5.7. OUTPUT LOCK 4 Latch for the switching condition of preselection 4. MODE 4 Switching conditions for preselection 4. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. OUTPUT TARGET 4 Assignment of an output or relay for the switching condition of preselection 4. R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 30 / 47 . PRESELECTION 4 is the trailing preselection from PRESELECTION 3. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. OUTPUT POLARITY 4 Polarity for the switching condition of preselection 4. START UP DELAY 4 Start-up suppression for the switching condition of preselection 4. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. This adjustment is only valid for the switching condition |RESULT|<=|PRES| or RESULT<=PRES and mode SPPED and PROCESS TIME. the batch counter is compared with the preselection value 4. (Start Up Delay 1 and 2 have a time-dependent start up suppression). Preselection 4 Menu If the BATCH MODE is active. HYSTERESIS 4 This parameter defines the switching hysteresis of the switch-off point for preselection 4. 0 OFF No start-up suppression Automatic start up suppression. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU. PULSE TIME 4 (S) Duration of output pulse for the switching condition of preselection 3. Output/ relay/ display switches under the following conditions: See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU Trailing preselection 4: 6 RES>=PRES-TRAIL Display value is greater or equal to PRESELECTION 3 – PRESELECTION 4  ON. 1 AUTO until the preselection value / switching point is exceeded for the first time. See chapter PRESELECTION 1 MENU.

R60725. Initialization with the baud rate set by SERIAL BAUD RATE. there are used as broadcast addresses. UNIT NUMBER This parameter defines serial device addresses.0. Then the device operates with the value selected by the 0 NO user. Addresses with zero are not allowed. With settings larger than 9600 the initialization time can be reduced. Initialization with 9600 baud.0002 – Index 1 Page 31 / 47 .5. This function is only available for devices with option Control-. 11 Smallest address without zero … 99 Highest address without zero SERIAL BAUD RATE This parameter defines the serial baud rate 0 9600 9600 baud 1 19200 19200 baud 2 38400 38400 baud SERIAL FORMAT This parameter defines the bit data format.8. Analog-Output. Then the device operates 1 YES with the value selected by the user. Serial Menu This menu defines the basic settings of serial interface. 0 7-EVEN-1 7 data Parity even 1 Stop 1 7-EVEN-2 7 data Parity even 2 Stops 2 7-ODD-1 7 data Parity odd 1 Stop 3 7-ODD-2 7 data Parity odd 2 Stops 4 7-NONE-1 7 data no Parity 1 Stop 5 7-NONE-2 7 data no Parity 2 Stops 6 8-EVEN-1 8 data Parity even 1 Stop 7 8-ODD-1 8 data Parity odd 1 Stop 8 8-NONE-1 8 data no Parity 1 Stop 9 8-NONE-2 8 data no Parity 2 Stops SERIAL INIT This parameter defines the baud rate for the initialization to the user interface OS6. The addresses between 11 and 99 can be assigned to the devices.

Setting Code Register contents 0 :0 Measurement_Result 1 :1 Speed_Value 2 :2 Time_Result 3 :3 Counter 4 :4 Velocity_Speed 5 :5 Batch_Counter 6 :6 Minimal_Value 7 :7 Maximal_Value 8 :8 N.A. … 60.000 command SERIAL PRINT. LF. X X X X X X X LF CR Transmission report = +/-. CR 1 +/. The unit will send data upon a serial request or with 0.. CR 0 1 1 +/. when using the serial output for cyclic data transmission under time control (xxxxxxx = value SERIAL VALUE). X X X X X X X LF CR SERIAL TIMER (S) This register determines the cycle time in seconds for cycling transmission of SERIAL VALUE when using the serial output.0002 – Index 1 Page 32 / 47 . LF. R60725.Continuation „Serial Menu“: SERIAL PROTOCOL Determines the sequence of characters send. data. (On a serial request.000 Cycle time in seconds.A. +/-. 9 :9 N. Setting „1“ removes the unit address from the string which allows a slight faster transmission cycle. SERIAL VALUE This parameter defines the value to be transmitted. data. Transmission report = Unit No. the cycling transmission is stopped for 20 s) All cyclic transmission is switched off.

00 results in an offset of 10.00 Highest offset R60725.g. g. With setting ANALOG FORMAT (-10 … +10 V) in MODE COUNTER the polarity of the analog output depends on the polarity of the display value. This end value is corresponding to the display value for an analog output of (+/-) 10 V or 20mA.00 results in an offset of 9.2 V / 20.02 V or 0.20 resuls in an offset of 0. 102. -99999999 Smallest end value 10000 Default Wert +99999999 Highest end value ANALOG GAIN (%) This parameter defines the zero offset of the analog output. The ANALOG GAIN is the maximum modulation of the analog output in % terms given up to (+/-) 10 V or 20 mA.0002 – Index 1 Page 33 / 47 .00 Highest end value ANALOG OFFSET (%) This parameter defines the zero offset of the analog output. 0. Analog Menu This menu defines the basic settings of the analog output. ANALOG FORMAT This parameter defines the output characteristics. This start value is corresponding to the display value for an analog output of 0 V or 0/4 mA.9. 0 -10…10V -10 … +10 V 1 0…20MA 0 … 20 mA 2 4…20MA 4 … 20 mA ANALOG START This parameter defines the start value of the analog conversion.g.99 Smallest offset 0 Default value +99. 95.5. This function is only available for devices with option Analog-Output.04 mA from reaching the ANALOG START value -99.4 mA from reaching the ANALOG START value E.5 V / 18 mA from reaching the ANALOG END value 0. The analogue output is proportional to the display value.00 Default Wert 110. E. -99999999 Smallest start value 0 Default value +99999999 Highest start value ANALOG END This parameter defines the end value of the analog conversion.00 Smallest end value 100. E.

13 START PRESELECT N.. 2 FREEZE Freeze actual display value (s) 3 KEY LOCK disable touch screen (s) 4 LOCK RELEASE Loosen locking of all outputs / relay (d) 5 RESET MIN/MAX Reset of the min.A. 4 The display lights up green.A. 14 ACTIVATE DATA N. Command Menu INPUT 1 ACTION (function Input 1) This parameter defines the function of the input “Ctrl. (d) 19 SET YELLOW COLOR dependent color switching in the PRESELECTION 1.A. 4 (s) = static switching (level evaluation) INPUT CONFIG must be set to active LOW / HIGH (d) = dynamic switching (edge evaluation) INPUT CONFIG must be set to RISING/FALLING EDGE R60725...A.. The color can be changed by the event. see parameter SERIAL VALUE (d) 7 TEACH PRESEL.A. In 1”.. 0 NO No function 1 RESET/SET VALUE N. The color can be changed by the event. 4 Current display value is stored as PRESELECTION 4 (d) 11 SCROLL DISPLAY Display switching (see display in operation mode) (d) 12 CLEAR LOOP TIME N.. 4 The display lights up yellow The color can be changed by the event. 15 STORE DATA N.A. values (d) (s) 6 SERIAL PRINT Sending of serial data. 2 Current display value is stored as PRESELECTION 2 (d) 9 TEACH PRESEL. (d) 17 SET RED COLOR dependent color switching in the PRESELECTION 1.10.0002 – Index 1 Page 34 / 47 . 16 TESTPROGRAM N.5. 3 Current display value is stored as PRESELECTION 3 (d) 10 TEACH PRESEL. The display lights up red. (d) 18 SET GREEN COLOR dependent color switching in the PRESELECTION 1. / max. 1 Current display value is stored as PRESELECTION 1 (d) 8 TEACH PRESEL.

See parameter INPUT 1 ACTION. INPUT 3 CONFIG This parameter defines the switching characteristics of the input “Ctrl. In 3”. INPUT 3 ACTION This parameter defines the function of the input “Ctrl. INPUT 2 CONFIG This parameter defines the switching characteristics of the input “Ctrl. In 2”. In 2”. In 1”. 0 ACTIVE LOW Active at „LOW“ (static) 1 ACTIVE HIGH Active at „HIGH“ (static) 2 RISING EDGE Activate at rising edge 3 FALLING EDGE Activate at falling edge INPUT 2 ACTION This parameter defines the function of the input “Ctrl. In 3”. See parameter INPUT 1 ACTION. See parameter INPUT 1 CONFIG. See parameter INPUT 1 CONFIG. R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 35 / 47 .Continuation „Command Menu“: INPUT 1 CONFIG This parameter defines the switching characteristics of the input “Ctrl.

Relay-Output. Event-depending change of the display color by a switching condition is possible (see PRESELECTION 1…4 MENU) Event-depending changes are only available for devices with Control-. after the last touch action.11. 0.999 Longest update time in sec. brightness CONTRAST This parameter defines the viewing angle. 0. 0 Viewing angle from top 1 Viewing angle from center 2 Viewing angle from bottom SCREEN SAVER (S) This parameter defines the time in seconds until the display is switched off. 9.0002 – Index 1 Page 36 / 47 . 0 Standard 1 Font 1 R60725. Display Menu Parameter changes become active only after closing the menu selection. FONT This parameter defines the setting of the font style. COLOR This parameter defines the display color. A new touch action will activate the display again.1 Default value. 0. brightness 90 Default value 100 Max.5.1 sec.005 Shortest update time in sec. 0 No switch off … 9999 Longest time to switch off UP-DATE-TIME (S) This parameter defines the update time in seconds of the display only. Analog-. 0 RED Red display 1 GREEN Green display 2 YELLOW Yellow display BRIGHTNESS (%) This parameter defines the brightness of the display in percent 10 Min.

Linearization Menu The linearization function is defined in this menu. if the LINEARIZATION MODE in GENERAL MENU is selected. which the unit should show in the display with linearization. E. P2(X) is replaced by P2(Y). -99999999 Smallest Y-coordinate 0 Default value +99999999 Largest Y-coordinate R60725. This menu will only be showed.12. This value representing the display value which the unit show in the display without linearization. Linearization description and examples are shown in the appendix.g. P1(X) … P24(X) X-coordinate of the linearization point. -99999999 Smallest X-coordinate 0 Default value +99999999 Largest X-coordinate P1(Y) … P24(Y) Y-coordinate of the linearization point This is the display value.5.0002 – Index 1 Page 37 / 47 .

Low Byte ENQ = control character (Hex 05) The following example shows the request string for readout of the actual input frequency of a monitor (Code :1) from a unit with unit address 11: ASCII-Code: EOT 1 1 : 1 ENQ Hex-Code: 04 31 31 3A 31 05 Binary-Code: 0000 0100 0011 0001 0011 0001 0011 1010 0011 0001 0000 0101 After a correct request. High Byte C2 = register code. Low Byte xxxxx = readout data ETX = control character (Hex 03) BCC = block check character R60725.1.doc which is available for download from our homepage. To request for a data transmission you must send the following request string to the converter: EOT AD1 AD2 C1 C2 ENQ EOT = control character (Hex 04) AD1 = unit address. All protocol details can be found in our manual SERPRO_2a. Low Byte C1 = register code. For communication the monitors use the Drivecom Protocol according to ISO 1745. Appendix 6. Data readout via serial interface All codes shown in the parameter SERIAL VALUE are available for serial readout by PC or PLC.0002 – Index 1 Page 38 / 47 .6. High Byte AD2 = unit address. the unit will respond: STX C1 C2 xxxxx ETX BCC STX = control character (Hex 02) C1 = register code. High Byte C2 = register code.

2. Parameter / serial codes # Menue Name Serial Code Min Max Default Places Characters 0 GENERAL MENU DISPLAY FORMAT 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 GENERAL MENU FACTOR 1 -99999999 99999999 1 88 0 2 GENERAL MENU DIVIDER 2 -99999999 99999999 1 88 0 3 GENERAL MENU ADDITIVE VALUE 3 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 4 GENERAL MENU DECIMAL POINT 4 0 7 0 1 0 5 GENERAL MENU SCALE UNITS 5 0 28 0 2 0 6 GENERAL MENU LINIARIZATION MODE 6 0 2 0 1 0 7 GENERAL MENU PIN PRESELECTION 7 0 9999 0 4 0 8 GENERAL MENU PIN PARAMETER 8 0 9999 0 4 0 9 GENERAL MENU FACTORY SETTINGS 9 0 1 0 1 0 10 GENERAL MENU __ 10 0 0 0 0 0 11 GENERAL MENU __ 11 0 0 0 0 0 12 GENERAL MENU __ 12 0 0 0 0 0 13 GENERAL MENU __ 13 0 0 0 0 0 14 SSI PROPERTIES MODE 14 0 1 0 1 0 15 SSI PROPERTIES ENCODER RESOLUTION 15 10 32 25 2 0 16 SSI PROPERTIES BIT PER RESOLUTION 16 10 16 13 2 0 17 SSI PROPERTIES DATA FORMAT 17 0 1 0 1 0 18 SSI PROPERTIES BAUD RATE 18 0 5 3 1 0 19 SSI PROPERTIES HIGH BIT 19 1 32 25 2 0 20 SSI PROPERTIES LOW BIT 20 1 32 1 2 0 21 SSI PROPERTIES SET VALUE 21 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 22 SSI PROPERTIES DIRECTION 22 0 1 0 1 0 23 SSI PROPERTIES ROUND LOOP VAUE 23 0 99999999 0 8 0 24 SSI PROPERTIES SAMPLING TIME (S) 24 1 9999 10 4 3 25 SSI PROPERTIES ERROR BIT 25 0 32 0 2 0 26 SSI PROPERTIES ERROR POLARITY 26 0 1 0 1 0 27 SSI PROPERTIES ENCODER SUPPLY 27 0 1 0 1 0 28 SSI PROPERTIES __ 28 0 0 0 0 0 29 SSI PROPERTIES __ 29 0 0 0 0 0 30 PRESELECTION VALUES PRESELECTION 1 A0 -99999999 99999999 1000 88 0 31 PRESELECTION VALUES PRESELECTION 2 A1 -99999999 99999999 2000 88 0 32 PRESELECTION VALUES PRESELECTION 3 A2 -99999999 99999999 3000 88 0 33 PRESELECTION VALUES PRESELECTION 4 A3 -99999999 99999999 4000 88 0 34 PRESELECTION 1 MENU MODE 1 A4 0 9 0 1 0 35 PRESELECTION 1 MENU HYSTERESIS 1 A5 0 99999 0 5 0 36 PRESELECTION 1 MENU PULSE TIME 1 (S) A6 0 60000 0 5 3 37 PRESELECTION 1 MENU OUTPUT TARGET 1 A7 0 6 1 1 0 38 PRESELECTION 1 MENU OUTPUT POLARITY 1 A8 0 1 0 1 0 39 PRESELECTION 1 MENU OUTPUT LOCK 1 A9 0 1 0 1 0 40 PRESELECTION 1 MENU START UP DELAY 1 (S) B0 0 60000 0 5 3 41 PRESELECTION 1 MENU EVENT COLOR 1 B1 0 3 0 1 0 42 PRESELECTION 1 MENU __ B2 0 0 0 0 0 43 PRESELECTION 1 MENU __ B3 0 0 0 0 0 44 PRESELECTION 2 MENU MODE 2 B4 0 9 0 1 0 45 PRESELECTION 2 MENU HYSTERESIS 2 B5 0 99999 0 5 0 46 PRESELECTION 2 MENU PULSE TIME 2 (S) B6 0 60000 0 5 3 47 PRESELECTION 2 MENU OUTPUT TARGET 2 B7 0 6 2 1 0 48 PRESELECTION 2 MENU OUTPUT POLARITY 2 B8 0 1 0 1 0 49 PRESELECTION 2 MENU OUTPUT LOCK 2 B9 0 1 0 1 0 50 PRESELECTION 2 MENU START UP DELAY 2 (S) C0 0 60000 0 5 3 51 PRESELECTION 2 MENU EVENT COLOR 2 C1 0 3 0 1 0 R60725.0002 – Index 1 Page 39 / 47 .6.

# Menue Name Serial Code Min Max Default Places Characters 52 PRESELECTION 2 MENU __ C2 0 0 0 0 0 53 PRESELECTION 2 MENU __ C3 0 0 0 0 0 54 PRESELECTION 3 MENU MODE 3 C4 0 9 0 1 0 55 PRESELECTION 3 MENU HYSTERESIS 3 C5 0 99999 0 5 0 56 PRESELECTION 3 MENU PULSE TIME 3 (S) C6 0 60000 0 5 3 57 PRESELECTION 3 MENU OUTPUT TARGET 3 C7 0 6 3 1 0 58 PRESELECTION 3 MENU OUTPUT POLARITY 3 C8 0 1 0 1 0 59 PRESELECTION 3 MENU OUTPUT LOCK 3 C9 0 1 0 1 0 60 PRESELECTION 3 MENU START UP DELAY 3 D0 0 1 0 1 0 61 PRESELECTION 3 MENU EVENT COLOR 3 D1 0 3 0 1 0 62 PRESELECTION 3 MENU __ D2 0 0 0 0 0 63 PRESELECTION 3 MENU __ D3 0 0 0 0 0 64 PRESELECTION 4 MENU MODE 4 D4 0 9 0 1 0 65 PRESELECTION 4 MENU HYSTERESIS 4 D5 0 99999 0 5 0 66 PRESELECTION 4 MENU PULSE TIME 4 (S) D6 0 60000 0 5 3 67 PRESELECTION 4 MENU OUTPUT TARGET 4 D7 0 6 4 1 0 68 PRESELECTION 4 MENU OUTPUT POLARITY 4 D8 0 1 0 1 0 69 PRESELECTION 4 MENU OUTPUT LOCK 4 D9 0 1 0 1 0 70 PRESELECTION 4 MENU START UP DELAY 4 E0 0 1 0 1 0 71 PRESELECTION 4 MENU EVENT COLOR 4 E1 0 3 0 1 0 72 PRESELECTION 4 MENU __ E2 0 0 0 0 0 73 PRESELECTION 4 MENU __ E3 0 0 0 0 0 74 SERIAL MENU UNIT NUMBER 90 11 99 11 2 0 75 SERIAL MENU SERIAL BAUD RATE 91 0 2 0 1 0 76 SERIAL MENU SERIAL FORMAT 92 0 9 0 1 0 77 SERIAL MENU SERIAL INIT 9~ 0 1 0 1 0 78 SERIAL MENU SERIAL PROTOCOL E4 0 1 0 1 0 79 SERIAL MENU SERIAL TIMER (S) E5 0 60000 0 5 3 80 SERIAL MENU SERIAL VALUE E6 0 3 0 1 0 81 SERIAL MENU __ E7 0 0 0 0 0 82 ANALOG MENU ANALOG FORMAT E8 0 2 0 1 0 83 ANALOG MENU ANALOG START E9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 84 ANALOG MENU ANALOG END F0 -99999999 99999999 10000 88 0 85 ANALOG MENU ANALOG GAIN % F1 0 11000 10000 5 2 86 ANALOG MENU ANALOG OFFSET % F2 -9999 9999 0 84 2 87 ANALOG MENU __ F3 0 0 0 0 0 88 ANALOG MENU __ F4 0 0 0 0 0 89 COMMAND MENU INPUT 1 ACTION F5 0 22 0 2 0 90 COMMAND MENU INPUT 1 CONFIG. F8 0 3 2 1 0 93 COMMAND MENU INPUT 3 ACTION F9 0 22 0 2 0 94 COMMAND MENU INPUT 3 CONFIG.0002 – Index 1 Page 40 / 47 . G0 0 3 2 1 0 95 COMMAND MENU __ G1 0 0 0 0 0 96 COMMAND MENU __ G2 0 0 0 0 0 97 COMMAND MENU __ G3 0 0 0 0 0 98 COMMAND MENU __ G4 0 0 0 0 0 99 COMMAND MENU __ G5 0 0 0 0 0 100 DISPLAY MENU COLOR G6 0 2 0 1 0 101 DISPLAY MENU BRIGHTNESS % G7 10 100 90 3 0 102 DISPLAY MENU CONTRAST G8 0 2 1 1 0 103 DISPLAY MENU SCREEN SAVER (S) G9 0 9999 0 4 0 104 DISPLAY MENU UP-DATE-TIME (S) H0 5 9999 100 4 3 105 DISPLAY MENU FONT H1 0 1 0 1 0 R60725. F6 0 3 2 1 0 91 COMMAND MENU INPUT 2 ACTION F7 0 22 0 2 0 92 COMMAND MENU INPUT 2 CONFIG.

0002 – Index 1 Page 41 / 47 .# Menue Name Serial Code Min Max Default Places Characters 106 DISPLAY MENU __ H2 0 0 0 0 0 107 DISPLAY MENU __ H3 0 0 0 0 0 108 DISPLAY MENU __ H4 0 0 0 0 0 109 LINEARIZATION MENU P1(X) H5 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 110 LINEARIZATION MENU P1(Y) H6 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 111 LINEARIZATION MENU P2(X) H7 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 112 LINEARIZATION MENU P2(Y) H8 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 113 LINEARIZATION MENU P3(X) H9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 114 LINEARIZATION MENU P3(Y) I0 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 115 LINEARIZATION MENU P4(X) I1 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 116 LINEARIZATION MENU P4(Y) I2 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 117 LINEARIZATION MENU P5(X) I3 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 118 LINEARIZATION MENU P5(Y) I4 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 119 LINEARIZATION MENU P6(X) I5 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 120 LINEARIZATION MENU P6(Y) I6 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 121 LINEARIZATION MENU P7(X) I7 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 122 LINEARIZATION MENU P7(Y) I8 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 123 LINEARIZATION MENU P8(X) I9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 124 LINEARIZATION MENU P8(Y) J0 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 125 LINEARIZATION MENU P9(X) J1 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 126 LINEARIZATION MENU P9(Y) J2 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 127 LINEARIZATION MENU P10(X) J3 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 128 LINEARIZATION MENU P10(Y) J4 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 129 LINEARIZATION MENU P11(X) J5 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 130 LINEARIZATION MENU P11(Y) J6 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 131 LINEARIZATION MENU P12(X) J7 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 132 LINEARIZATION MENU P12(Y) J8 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 133 LINEARIZATION MENU P13(X) J9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 134 LINEARIZATION MENU P13(Y) K0 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 135 LINEARIZATION MENU P14(X) K1 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 136 LINEARIZATION MENU P14(Y) K2 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 137 LINEARIZATION MENU P15(X) K3 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 138 LINEARIZATION MENU P15(Y) K4 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 139 LINEARIZATION MENU P16(X) K5 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 140 LINEARIZATION MENU P16(Y) K6 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 141 LINEARIZATION MENU P17(X) K7 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 142 LINEARIZATION MENU P17(Y) K8 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 143 LINEARIZATION MENU P18(X) K9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 144 LINEARIZATION MENU P18(Y) L0 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 145 LINEARIZATION MENU P19(X) L1 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 146 LINEARIZATION MENU P19(Y) L2 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 147 LINEARIZATION MENU P20(X) L3 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 148 LINEARIZATION MENU P20(Y) L4 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 149 LINEARIZATION MENU P21(X) L5 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 150 LINEARIZATION MENU P21(Y) L6 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 151 LINEARIZATION MENU P22(X) L7 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 152 LINEARIZATION MENU P22(Y) L8 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 153 LINEARIZATION MENU P23(X) L9 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 154 LINEARIZATION MENU P23(Y) M0 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 155 LINEARIZATION MENU P24(X) M1 -99999999 99999999 0 88 0 156 LINEARIZATION MENU P24(Y) M2 -99999999 99999999 0 0 0 R60725.

0002 – Index 1 Page 42 / 47 .Serial codes of commands: Serial Code Command 54 RESET/SET 55 FREEZE DISPLAY 56 TOUCH DISABLE 57 CLR LOCK 58 CLR MIN MAX 59 SERIAL PRINT 60 TEACH PRES 1 61 TEACH PRES 2 62 TEACH PRES 3 63 TEACH PRES 4 64 SCROLL_DISPLAY 65 CLEAR LOOP TIME 66 START PRESELCETION 67 ACTIVATE DATA 68 STORE EEPROM 69 TESTPROGRAMM R60725.

Mode: 1 Quadrant: Mode: 4 Quadrant: P1(X) must be set to zero. These are the measuring values that the unit normally would generate according to the actual input signal.values. The X-Coordinates must use continuously increasing settings. i. i. the parameter LINEARISAZATION MODE must be set to either 1 QUADRANT or 4 QUADRANT (see following diagram). P1(X) must have the lowest and P24(X) must have the highest setting.0002 – Index 1 Page 43 / 47 . If the defined in the positive range and the negative measured value is smaller than P1(X). Linearization is only P1(X) can also be set to a negative value.6. the corresponding Y-value is displayed. Between two coordinates. The parameters P1(X) to P24(X) are used to specify the coordinates on the x-axis. Now enter the attached values to parameter P1(Y) to P24(Y). which can be set in any desired distance over the full conversion range. R60725. the unit uses linear interpolation.e. P1(Y) is range will be mirrored symmetric to central displayed.e. These are the values that the unit will generate instead of the x. To specify an individual linearization curve. P5(Y) replaces P5(X) etc. Linearization The linearization function of this unit allows converting a linear input signal into a non-linear developing (or vice versa). point.3. Therefore it is advisable to use more coordinates in a range with strong curves and only a few coordinates where the curvature is less. If the measured value is bigger than the last defined X-value. There are 24 programmable x/y coordinates available.

0002 – Index 1 Page 44 / 47 .Application Example: The picture below shows a watergate where the opening is picked up by means of an incremental encoder. We would like to display the clearance of the gate "d". but the existing encoder information is proportional to the angular information φ. R60725.

Dimensions Dimensions in mm [inch] R60725.6.4.0002 – Index 1 Page 45 / 47 .

-4 … 140 °F Storage: -25 °C … +70 °C resp.5 A Power supply (AC): Input voltage: 115 / 230 VAC (60/50 Hz) (Option) Power consumption: approx.58 x 1. 200 g Ambient temperature: Operation: -20 °C … +60 °C resp. EN 61326-3-2 LV 2014/35/EU: EN 61010-1 RoHS 2011/65/EU: EN 50581 R60725. 270 Ohm) Resolution: 16 Bit Accuracy: ± 0.6.1 % Control outputs: Number of outputs: 4 (Option) Format / level: 5 … 30 V (depends on the Com+ voltage). Technical Specifications: Technical Specifications: Connections: Connector type: screw terminal. /Clock. PNP Output current: max.89 x 4.78 x 1.1 A Encoder supply: DC version: approx. 2 mA / Ri > 15 kOhm / 470 pF Analog output: Configuration: current or voltage operation (Option) Voltage output: -10…+10 V (max. 200 mA Reaction time: < 1 ms Relay outputs: Number of outputs: 2 (Option) Configuration: potential free changeovers AC-Switching capacity: max. 1 V lower than the power supply voltage (or 5VDC at (Standard) wire break monitoring) Output current: max. Data. 19200 or 38400 baud Display: Type: LCD (backlight) Display range: 8 digits plus sign (-99999999 … 999999999) Digit height 13 mm height Color: red / green / yellow (switchable) Operation: resistive touchscreen Housing: Material: ABS. 150 VDC / 2 A / 50 W Reaction time: < 20 ms Serial interface: Format: RS232 or RS485 (see order code) (Option RS232 or RS485) Baudrate: 9600. High 9 … 30 V) Frequency: max. 2 mA) Current output: 0/4 … 20 mA (burden: max. EN 61000-6-4. 250 mA SSI interface: Number (channels): 1 (Clock. 100 mA (unloaded) Fuse protection: extern: T 0. PNP (Low 0 … 3 V. 1 MHz Resolution: 10 … 32 Bit Load: max. 250 mA AC version approx.69 inch Protection class: IP65 (front).5.0002 – Index 1 Page 46 / 47 . IP20 (rear) Weight: approx.56 inch Cut out (w x h): 91 x 43 mm / 3. 250 VAC / 3 A / 750 VA DC-Switching capacity max. UL 94 V-0 Mounting: panel cut out Dimensions (w x h x d): 96 x 48 x 116 mm / 3. 3 VA (unloaded) Fuse protection: extern: T 0. 10 kHz Load: max.5 mm² / AWG 16 Power supply (DC): Input voltage: 18 … 30 VDC Protection circuit: reverse polarity protection Consumption: approx. 24 V (± 15%) (or 5VDC at wire break monitoring) Output current: 150 mA until 45°C / 80 mA by more than 45°C Encoder supply: Configuration: 24 VDC or 5 VDC (switchable) (at wire break monitoring) 24 VDC: See encoder supply (Standard) 5 VDC: max. -13 … 158 °F Conformity and standards: EMC 2014/30/EU: EN 61000-6-2. 2 mA / Ri > 10 kOhm / 47 pF Control inputs: Number of inputs: 3 Format: HTL. /Data) Configuration: Master or Slave Format: Binary or Gray code Frequency: max. EN 61000-6-3. 1.

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